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Retro Appreciation for RFH English Teacher Bob Berberich

RFH English teacher Bob Berberich

The following tribute on Teacher Appreciation Week to an RFH teacher who has passed, Bob Berberich, was originally published in 2015.

They’re the teachers who taught us how to communicate effectively, appreciate the English language and even motivate certain writers (ahem) to write — English teachers.

In keeping with our Teacher Appreciation Week theme of honoring unique RFH teachers who have passed, today we look back to the lessons learned from Bob Berberich.

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Remembrance: Fair Haven Teacher Mildred Stout, 93

Most anyone who was schooled in Fair Haven from the 1960s through the 1990s remembers Mrs. Stout. Mildred Stout. She was a first-grade teacher who had that classic kind teacher demeanor and left her mark on many elementary school students.

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Retro Appreciation for a Tres Bon RFH French Teacher

Joseph Guillory circa 1970s
Joseph Guillory circa 1970s

C’est toute bien.

It’s all good. That’s how things were in Monsieur Guillory’s class at RFH back in the 1970s.

The patient, kind and slightly goofy guy who taught the honors French class for many years is gone. But, no, his students and former colleagues have not forgotten him.

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Prosecutor: Corrections Officer Facing Sexual Misconduct Charges

A Monmouth County corrections officer has been arrested and charged with engaging in sexual contact with an inmate at the Monmouth County Correctional Institution, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni announced on Wednesday.

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Retro Teacher Aide Appreciation & Antics

It’s Teacher Appreciation Week. And, as an ode to all good teachers, thoughts turn to the good folks with involuntarily warped senses of humor helping them out and keeping the class in line … or a little less in teachers’ way — aides. They were the unofficial mentors of our school days.

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Prosecutor: 24-Year-Old Found Guilty of Attempted Murder in 2015 Shooting of Police Officer

A Monmouth County man has been found guilty of attempted murder and associated charges in connection with the 2015 shooting of an Asbury Park police officer, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni announced on Monday.

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Prosecutor: Arrest Made in 2017 ‘Real Housewives’ Actress’s Home Invasion

Authorities have arrested one of two suspects sought in the 2017 Holmdel home invasion robbery of David Cantin and his fiancée Claudine “Dina” Manzo, The Real Housewives of New Jersey actress, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni announced on Friday.

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